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Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.

Whoah Oh, woh, woh woh, Woah Oh…Facebook sets you right on time… 

Facebook has launched its own time keeping service to help keep devices in sync over the internet - a problem that fascinates both engineers who have to...
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HashiCorp promises ‘architectural guidance’ after snagging $175m investment

HashiCorp has earned itself a $5.1bn valuation after it wrapped up a $175m series E investment round. The “funding will accelerate HashiCorp’s focus on...
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Icinga debuts DB RC1, promises speed…lots of speed

The Icinga project has renamed its Data Output feature and given it a version number of its very own, in the form of Icinga DB RC1.

Microsoft Teams has a wobble, makes working even more remote for Europe

The biggest experiment in remote working to date got underway today, and Microsoft Teams appears to have been an early casualty. As Europe started...
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GitLab to finally pull free CI/CD for GitHub repos service

GitLab has declared it will stop providing free CI/CD for private repos hosted on GitHub this month. Definitely, finally, once and for all. The...
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Atlassian serves up automation on the house, as it rolls out Code Barrel tech...

Atlassian is rolling out the Automation for Jira no-code technology it acquired last year to its entire Jira customer base promising to save developers weeks of work...
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Slimmed down Docker picks itself up, goes to work on tricky ‘middle section’ plan

Docker has laid out a future roadmap which it hopes will see it parking in the space between SCM and cloud deployment, four months after the container...
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Like containers? Now you can have them the HP way…

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has hit the green button on the HPE Container Platform it trailed a mere four months ago. In a blog announcing...
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Microsoft backs off on TLS 2.0 only plan for Azure DevOps

Microsoft has hit reverse on its plan to drop support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in its Azure DevOps Service at the end of this month.
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Istio ships 1.5, throws open arms to embrace the monolith AND WebAssembly

The Istio team has released v1.5 of the service mesh, which they say represents a significant simplification of the architecture which should make it much easier to...